Monday, September 21, 2020

Sports

PSUC trying to rally back from losses

After defeating Lyndon State College 9-0, undoubtedly a strong start to its season, the Plattsburgh State tennis team has faltered a bit, but they are not counting themselves out. Head coach Annmarie Curle believes the team’s confidence and positive...

Women’s soccer sets high goals

A hard-working and determined Plattsburgh State women’s soccer team will be taking the pitch this season looking to capture a SUNYAC championship, and the coaching staff and players feel ready. “My excitement is through the roof,” second-year head coach Tania...

Cross country relies on youth

For the Plattsburgh State cross-country team, this season is full of potential. “We have a much larger recruiting class than we’ve had in the past,” head coach Andrew Krug said. “They are bringing an enormous amount of energy and depth...

Cards head into new season

A new semester is underway at Plattsburgh State. To some students, the new semester offers a clean slate for those who have struggled in the past. The case is no different for the PSUC men’s soccer team, who look...

New leaders emerge for Cardinals tennis

The Plattsburgh State’s women’s tennis team is looking to bounce back from a disappointing end to their 2014 campaign. Last fall, the Cardinals ended their season on back to back losses in the SUNYAC Tournament to Geneseo and Oswego....

Ales brings both heart and talent

Both on and off the court, Jordynne Ales, a sophomore on the Plattsburgh State volleyball team, is always looking to help others. Whether she is setting up her teammates and securing victories on the court, or studying hard to...

Volleyball takes steps toward success

After losing their two senior captains, Plattsburgh State volleyball is looking toward its returning players and incoming freshman class to propel the team forward in their 2015 quest for the SUNYAC playoffs. The Cardinals finished their most recent season...

Team finds silver lining

At some point in their career, Little League baseball players will hear the phrase, “It’s the little things that matter.” For the Plattsburgh State Cardinals, it is those “little things” that they will focus on this offseason. Unfortunately, this...

PSUC looks for improvement every season

Track and field is a sport that builds upon itself. From the start of the outdoor season to ECACs and the national championships, the Plattsburgh State track and field teams build toward being the best they can be...

Relationship with sources key to success

As a journalist, one of the most important things you can have is a strong relationship with your sources. You want to be able to talk to these sources and get information for your stories. For me, this is...
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